As the internet attacks have increased over the years, the necessity of using dedicated password managers to protect your identity and personal data has become a priority. You have a lot of options to protect yourself on the internet using browser versions of this kind of software but we’d like to share with you a dedicated desktop solution.
If you are looking for a software that lets you encrypt or decrypt password protected files, then you should check out Encoding Decoding. This is probably the most easy to use software as you can instantly encrypt a file by dragging it in the Encoding Decoding application window. It will then prompt you to enter a password to either encrypt the file or decrypt one that has already been password protected with Encoding Decoding.
If you work in an open space office than you could face a situation where you would not want for others to see what you were working on. Sure, this often happens when the boss does his rounds on the office floor but sometimes you just don’t want your mates to know that you’re playing a game on MiniClip or watching a video on YouTube, when they come to you to talk about work related subjects.
I think that by now you’ve used one feature that almost every browser has integrated by default – password memory (saving). It is known that many users do not give much importance to the level of their saved passwords for applications like Microsoft Outlook or even for Windows.
Fortunately though, there is a software called Password Security Scanner that can check how strong are your passwords, stored by Windows and any other 3rd party applications like browsers. Password Security Scanner is able to display you for each of the passwords their security information. With Password Security Scanner from Nirsoft… Continue to Password Security Scanner (Nirsoft) checks how strong are your passwords